Taylor Swift has added “Bad Blood (Taylor’s Version)” and “Message in a Bottle (Taylor’s Version)” to her long list of soundtrack contributions by including tracks from the new animated film. DC League of Super Pets.
The unveiling of the 1989-era single “Bad Blood” came as a particular surprise when it was announced by Super Animals star The Rock on social media, given that Swift has yet to drop her re-recording of the full album or let Swifties hear the new version of the smash outside the confines of a movie theater.
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In March, the superstar also surprised fans when she learned that she had written “Carolina,” a new song for Delia Owens’ big screen adaptation. Where the Crawdads sing. The track, a snippet of which was first heard in the film’s official trailer, continued the singer’s string of high-profile syncs that began in 2009 with “Crazier” by Hannah Montana: The Movie.
Waiting for “Bad Blood (Taylor’s Version)” to be released in full makes us think: Which contribution from Tay to the soundtrack is your all-time favorite? Did you swoon over ‘Today Was A Fairy Tale’ or ‘Jump Then Fall’ when Swift made her acting debut in the 2010s Valentine’s day? Or did you go crazy over his performance of “Macavity” in Cats?
Perhaps you prefer one of the singer’s big-screen collaborations for The hunger Games (“Safe & Sound” with The Civil Wars) or fifty shades darker (“I don’t wanna live forever” with Zayn). Or maybe you liked it when Swift composed the soundtrack for her own 2020 Netflix documentary miss americanwith the inspirational anthem “Only the Young”.
Last year, she also used the trailer for the animated feature untamed spirit to unveil the re-recorded version of 1989-era single “Wildest Dreams” between the releases of Fearless (Taylor version) and Red (Taylor’s version)leaving many Swifties wondering which Taylor era they belonged to exactly.
There are also plenty of other songs to choose from, such as “Eyes Open”, Tay’s 2012 solo contribution to The hunger Games“Sweeter Than Fiction” from the 2013 biopic A chance or “Beautiful Ghosts”, his co-writing for Cats with none other than Andrew Lloyd Webber.
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